Fox Corp. Adds Paul Ryan To Board

The former House Speaker and Chase Carey join previously announced board members Rupert Murdoch, Lachlan Murdoch and Jacques Nasser as the company also adopts a so-called “poison pill.”

Ryan Backs Free Speech Amid Trump Threat

House Speaker Paul Ryan told journalists Thursday, “I’m a constitutional conservative, I’m for the First Amendment.”

WFLA Sports Anchor Paul Ryan Signs Off

C-SPAN Uses Social Media To Cover Protest

Wednesday’s dramatic protest on the House floor over gun control was a powerful reminder of how dramatically the cable network’s role as the official chronicler of Congress has changed since its early years — and how technology has suddenly made C-SPAN less beholden to the congressional leaders who control its video feed inside the chambers.

Actor, TV Host, Interviewer Paul Ryan Dies At 69

Paul Ryan Buys TV Ads For House Race

Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan will spend $2 million on TV ads asking Wisconsin voters to send him back to the House of Representatives. Ryan’s congressional campaign manager confirmed that the House Budget Committee chairman plans to spend $1.5 million on ads on TV stations and local cable in Milwaukee. The campaign will spend an additional $500,000 on ads in Madison between Oct. 18 and Nov. 6.